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#1 Aug 14, 2012
Eprinex is manufactured by Merial who makes all of the Ivermectin
pour on's, drenches etc.

Scabie Girl first recommended Eprinex which is a Pour On using Eprinomectin. This is a AVermectin. Ivermectin is also of the Avermectin family.

Eprinomectin has been around since about 1997, it is a far far improved version of Avermectin and Ivermectin. It is supposed to be out of your system within 8 hours.

If that is the case, it is in your blood at peak serum levels (serum--measuring how much of a drug is in your blood) within 1-2-3 hours.

The main problem with Ivermectin has been resistance.

So mix the Eprinex ( about 100 usd for 1 liter) with DMSO shake a few times, then apply.

A group of us have used this, it in my opinion is about 5-10 times better, more effective than Ivermectin. Maybe 20 times more effective since I never got good results unless applied topically.

Use gloves to apply, the food service ones will do, or a box of 100 pairs for about 12-15 usd blue nitril disposable gloves are good as well.

Results have been fantastic. Healthy Healing has been using this, he can report fantastic results as well. Catzilla will report in a little bit as well as will SFINYC.

RK

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#2 Aug 14, 2012
In the article --"Field efficacy of eprinomectin against a natural
Muellerius capillaris infection in dairy goats"
by Thomas Geurden *, Jozef Vercruysse

Eprinomectin was shown to reduced EGG COUNTS OF nematodes in sheep.

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RK's note--Note that ivermectin does not do a good job of reducing egg count. Only Doramectin and Eprinomectin do this well.

RK

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#3 Aug 14, 2012
In this article --"The acute effects of single-dose orally administered doramectin, eprinomectin
and selamectin on natural infections of Syphacia muris in rats"
Feride Kırcalı Sevimli a,*, Esma Kozan a, Alper Sevimli b, Nurhan Dog˘an c, Aziz Bülbül d--

Doramectin, eprinomectin and selamectin were found
to be 100% effective in eliminating adult Syphacia muris, when compared with the positive control group.

Doramectin and Eprinomectin also reduced egg count and egg production in the nematode--Syphacia muris.

RK

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#4 Aug 14, 2012
This article is important and talks about Ivermectin resistance.

"Resistance to Ivermectin and the Effect of Topical Eprinomectin on Faecal Egg Counts in St. Croix White Hair Sheep" (2002)

by E. Panitz, R.W. Godfrey and R.E. Dodson
University of Virgin Islands, Agricultural Experiment Station, St. Croix

"The topical administration of eprinomectin was effective in reducing the mean epg count by 83% from the pre-treatment values and by 87% compared to the control group. There seemed to be little effect from the ivermectin drench with the mean epg value increasing by 10% from the pre-treatment levels. The FEC in the control group increased by 36.5% over the course of the trial. Thus ivermectin was not effective in reducing epg counts, suggesting that the local strain of parasites might be resistant to ivermectin."

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"This represents the first report of Ivermectin resistance from the Caribbean."

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#5 Aug 14, 2012
Here are two url's for a 60 Minutes report on DMSO--

http://www.youtube.com/results...



DMSO mixes with anything, shake about 2-3 minutes.
DMSO takes any drug deeper into your skin, taking it all the way to the blood stream.

Eprinomectin has been shown to be excreted quickly and easily from the blood, see previous posts on blood serum levels.

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#6 Aug 14, 2012
This thread is a great idea! I believe there are a lot of Scabies sufferers interested in this treatment regime.

I do have a curious question. I would imagine applying DMSO with Eprinex penetrates deeper in infested layers of skin, better than any other. I think I read one of your previous posts on another thread where you suggest applying the mixture for two days then off for two days so the skin can recover? Am I correct? Thanks.

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#7 Aug 14, 2012
Eprinex is mixed with an oil or comes in an oil base just like Advantix, you won't need the recovery time imho. I have no flaking, nothing.

But everyone gets a different reaction.

RK
Me Too

Hemet, CA

#8 Aug 15, 2012
RK in the house wrote:
Eprinex is mixed with an oil or comes in an oil base just like Advantix, you won't need the recovery time imho. I have no flaking, nothing.
But everyone gets a different reaction.
RK
I hope this helps you and others. I was lucky and found another avenue of treatment. I am glad to see you are not attacking others who offer other cures. You are such an intelligent person and have allot to offer through your research.

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#9 Aug 17, 2012
Does Eprinex kill the mites on contact or affect their nervous system to kill them later? Just curious. Thanks.

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#10 Aug 17, 2012
Well no doubt the DMSO kills them on contact.

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#11 Aug 18, 2012
DMSO does not kill mites. The eprinex is just a better and more widespread form of Ivermectin. Both are from the same avermectin families.

Eprinomectin ( which forms Eprinex) kills a wider variety of worms and mites, plus less chance for resistance.

Eprinomectin is supposedly in and out of your system within 8 hours.

RK
Rey

Calgary, Canada

#12 Aug 18, 2012
I cannot believe you are still on this DMSO thing RK

You have never had any success with it because it does not work in the way you think it does.

You think it caries medication deeper.

What it does is it bypasses the blood brain barrier and caries certain compounds into the cellular structure and and into the bloodstream. Most poisons are already toxic and penetrate deeply enough. Scabies have just become resistant/ immune to them. Passing them into your bloodstream is not going to make them any more effective.

You are lucky you haven't killed yourself yet.

I wish you would stop posting about DMSO...Please!!

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#13 Aug 18, 2012
Rey wrote:
I cannot believe you are still on this DMSO thing RK
You have never had any success with it because it does not work in the way you think it does.
You think it caries medication deeper.
What it does is it bypasses the blood brain barrier and caries certain compounds into the cellular structure and and into the bloodstream. Most poisons are already toxic and penetrate deeply enough. Scabies have just become resistant/ immune to them. Passing them into your bloodstream is not going to make them any more effective.
You are lucky you haven't killed yourself yet.
I wish you would stop posting about DMSO...Please!!
So, what are you doing to contribute to the forum? Other than put others down?
Rey

Calgary, Canada

#14 Aug 18, 2012
It was not a put down, I try to post a realistic point of view.

You are free to use whatever you want but I believe that using DMSO treatments with poisons will kill someone and posting encouraging people to pursue this line of treatment is irresponsible. Especially when no one has found a DMSO cure.

Anyone wishing to use DMSO should look on the internet as to what it really does.
Rey

Calgary, Canada

#15 Aug 18, 2012
I want to add that I tried DMSO because of a post I read in these forums and it was a really bad idea.

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#16 Aug 18, 2012
Did you try it with a scabicide?

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#17 Aug 18, 2012
Rey

What about all the vets using it now, they use it with all sorts of vet meds to carry deeper into the muscles especially for racing horses, dogs, etc.

Anti inflammatories, steroids to promote healing of deep muscle tears.

Maybe you should look at the 60 minutes reports on DMSO and see how you are doing it wrong.

RK

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#18 Aug 18, 2012
Rey,

You tried DMSO with what?

If you did use it with a scabicide, why didn't you post it earlier? Or is this more games?

RK

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#19 Aug 18, 2012
Rey--

Just a little hint for you-- YOur word were--

"You think it caries medication deeper.

What it does is it bypasses the blood brain barrier and caries certain compounds into the cellular structure and and into the bloodstream."

Carrying scabicides into the cellular structure is carrying by definition the medication deeper into the flesh, skin, past the stratum corneum. YOU JUST SAID IT YOURSELF IN YOUR OWN WORDS.

If you don't know, all of these medications eventually are excreted by the capillaries into our bloodstream, then processed by the liver and kidneys and excreted.

You have to have the meds go as deep as where the mites are.

If you have meds only penetrate to a superficial level of the skin, and then the capillaries in the skin take it to the bloodstream-- you never reach the mites which are deeper in the skin and fatty tissues.

That is why you mix this with the dmso.

Nice try, that was so stupid, I am just going to assume that you are another troll.

GD another troll probably same person, Me Too, Hollywood, Fl, Fred, etc.
Rey

Calgary, Canada

#20 Aug 18, 2012
I don't know if you are twisting my words or reading into it what you want.

I don't believe that is is pulling the poisons into the skin, it is impregnating them into the cellular structure. A much different thing. But according to the web, it only binds with certain molecules, probably a lucky thing for some people.

This is a very different thing from just soaking in more deeply. When something is imbedded into your cellular structure, I would not think it passes through your system the same way it normally would.

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